Review on Whites Restaurant at the Rose & Crown
The Rose & Crown is the new home of Whites Restaurant, formerly Whites @The Clockhouse. Local girl Sarah Macdonald and her partner took over the pub in November 2009, sympathetically refurbishing the property which is now packed full of character and exudes a warm and friendly ambience. Situated on the main road, it still enjoys views across the meadows and over the river Teme and is close to the borders of Shropshire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire, all packed with beautiful countryside offering wonderful walks and activities.
Jonathan Waters, Master Chef of Great Britain heads the kitchen, he learnt his craft at the Roebuck Inn, Brimfield and he knows his way around the produce of the region and you will find his suppliers listed on their website. To begin, you might find a sausage of chicken and smoked chicken mousse with creamed parsnips and Madeira sauce alongside seared scallops with pea purée and sweet potato salad. Local fillet steak and chips with interesting trimmings is a star among the main courses, although you might also be tempted by grilled sea bass on crayfish risotto or honey-glazed duck breast with blackberry and sloe gin sauce. To round things off, the kitchen sends out straightforward desserts such as chocolate pot, lemon tart or ginger pannacotta with rhubarb jelly.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 3.00pm Mon-Thu (all day Fri-Sun)
Dinner: 5.00 - 11.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card